Making Life Better Through Property Management

The path to more freedom, less stress, and a better life starts here.

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Management With Owner's Mindset
Expertise In Large Portfolios
Proven Strategies To Increase ROI
20 Plus Years Experience

Many investment properties are making less profit than they could or should.

It's time to optimize your property and maximize your profits.

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Is Your Current Property Management
Company Working For You?

Are you wasting time, money, and effort
on the details of running your property?

Are you fully compliant
with local, state, rent control, and federal fair housing laws?

Does your property cost more than it makes?
It shouldn’t work that way!

Do you have to manage
your property manager?

It's Time For a Better
Property Management Plan

Like you, we’ve been frustrated with the confusion and time waste associated with common property management strategies. That’s why we created
The Beach Front Way


The Beach Front Way

The Beach Front Way makes us smart, efficient, comprehensive, and cost-effective. More importantly, it’s simple and easy for you and saves you time and money.

step 1


Create a property management plan

step 2


Complete our easy onboarding process

step 3


We'll carry out the plan together

Choosing a property management company for your rental or investment property is a huge decision – one that could make or break your future as a property owner. Will you have the time and resources to grow or will you be stuck in the minutia?

The Beach Front Way allows us to help you maximize your returns and minimize your stress.

What Would a Better Life Look Like to You?

Take the first step toward more freedom, less stress, and maybe a beach chair in the sand.

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Awards and Recognition

We're proud to be recognized for the work we do to make lives better through property management.


Maximize Exposure For Your Property
With Premier Listing Services

Optimizing Your Property through Construction Management and Repositioning

When was the last time you stepped back and looked at your rental property? How’s the curb appeal? Are the units light, bright, and welcoming? If you’re struggling to fill vacancies, it might be time for an update.

But you don’t have time or a ton of money you want to pour into a big project like that.

We Get It!

Construction can be time-consuming and costly. But it can also be worth it! That’s why part of our initial conversation will include your goals for and pain points with the property. Then when we create the property management plan, we’ll assess the potential upside to small- and large-scale renovations and show you how they can be done cost-effectively.

But who is going to manage the actual renovations? We'll do that too!

Well, we’ll work together, but we’ll do the hard part. Our goal is to make everything as easy as possible for you. With well-trained and experienced in-house maintenance teams and access to third-party vendors and contractors throughout Southern California, your project will be in expert hands.

Plus you’ll always know how it’s going because we believe in proactive communication and transparency.

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See Your Profits Grow

Financial Transparency

If you own a rental property or apartment building and you’re working with a property manager, you should be able to quickly and easily see where the finances stand. But that isn’t always the case. If your property manager isn’t giving you regular and detailed accounting updates, you could be losing more profits than you think.


A specific budget for your property can help you capitalize on cash flow and ultimately increase profits. We’ll review all of the property’s financials and create a budget that works best for your goals. Our accounting team will provide you with monthly financials, current rent roll, balance sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, invoices, and receipts.

Planning & Taxes

When it comes to annual planning and taxes, you’ll have everything you need too. You’ll receive an annual budget and year-end accounting reports for tax preparation. And if you have questions or need anything, we’re here to help make sure your investment property is in the green and you’re at the beach…relaxing while we do the hard part.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

A property management company typically charges a percentage of the monthly rent as a management fee, which can range from 8-12% of the monthly rent. In addition, some companies may also charge additional fees for services such as leasing or advertising, and some companies may charge a flat fee for their services. The fee can vary depending on the company, location, and services provided.

Property management companies are typically regulated by state or local government. In the United States, regulations and laws vary by state, and some states may have specific licensing and certification requirements for property management companies. In addition, industry organizations such as the National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) and the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) also provide standards and certifications for property management companies to adhere to.

When hiring a property management company, it is important to research multiple companies, compare their services and fees, and check their references and reviews. It's also important to have a clear understanding of the services they provide and to have a clear communication with the company about your expectations.

Property management involves overseeing the day-to-day operations of a rental property, including collecting rent, handling maintenance and repairs, advertising and filling vacancies, and enforcing lease agreements. A property management company can handle all of these responsibilities on behalf of the landlord, allowing them to focus on other aspects of their business or personal life.

Switching property management companies can be done by reviewing your current contract, researching new companies, and signing a new contract with the chosen company. Notify your current company and tenants of the change, and schedule a walk-through with the new property management company. Keep an eye on the transition process and address any issues that may arise during it.